Hampton Inn - College Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of one of the Temptations.
On the way to see MLK, we stopped to watch a 2nd grade cricket team, played mainly by West Indians and Pakistanis. Had a bit of a chat with a Pakistani batsman. Apparently the opposition umpire has been handing out LBWs like speeding tickets in Mandurah. Anyway there was a disputed run out when we were watching and there was quite a lot dissent particularly from this fat Pakistani in the outfield. How he could see ...
... first and it is pretty cool to stand in front of. As with all things it is a bit smaller than you would imagine but when you know that it is supposed to be removed from the glamour and expense of royalty it makes sense. Our walking tour took us to the back as well which is where you see most of the White House pics. Even cooler though was that President Obama was returning from holidays in Hawaii with his family and was arriving by marine one, his chopper. Luke ...
No pictures for the last two days in DC. On Monday we went to the National Archives. In the morning we did a little genealogy on the bottom floor and in the afternoon we went upstairs to see our nation's original documents. We saw the originals of: Declaration of Independence, US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. No photography allowed.
Tuesday we went to the Holocaust Memorial Museum. Very sobering, ...
... DC. Pennsylvania Ave leading up to the White House was closed because the president of some other country (don't know who yet) is staying at the Willard Hotel.
Tomorrow we have a tour of the Capitol Building thanks to our friend, George Price. We are super excited. No telling who we might see.
... br> This morning I got to spend time with Alexandru aged 9. He has 3 brothers and sisters living her at Pro Vita but he does not live in the same place as they do because there is not a family unit for them. They live in a group home with similar age children. There are about 60 orphans here but many other children and mothers (some as young as 15) also live here. It really is ...